What kind of evidence would not be mentioned in an opening statement in court?
Evidence based on hearsay.
When you say a statement that includes evidence, your lawyer will then present the evidence to the jury. Read More
Can a witness statement be used as evidence in a court of law and is the person who fills out a witness statement subject to purgury?
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It is not required, but, if it feels "right" to you to do so, you may greet the court and the jury with an opening pleasantry, Read More
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An accepted statement of fact is a written or oral declaration in a court case that is approved. This is commonly used as evidence. Read More
It can be. It is up to the prosecutor or the defense lawyer. They need to be notarized. Read More
See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belton_v._Gebhart Read More
Yes. As long as evidence of the the assets can be provided to the court. In fact, they need to be declared on the parent's financial statement to the court which is used to arrive at a figure under the state child support guidelines. Yes. As long as evidence of the the assets can be provided to the court. In fact, they need to be declared on the parent's financial statement to the court which… Read More
A written statement confirmed by oath or affirmation, for use as evidence in court is an affidavit. Read More
Who ruled that anyone arrested must be read a statement of their rights before being questioned or their statements cannot be used as evidence against them in court?
The US Supreme Court. Read More
Withdrawn by either party in court means they are taking the statement back. They are withdrawing it from the scrutiny of the Rules of Evidence. Read More
Can you sue a lawyer and her client for opening your bank statement and presenting it in court under a judge I have a police report your bank statement has all of your personal info?
to my knowledge you can sue for ANY damages, the question is a bit confusing Read More
An affidavit is a formally sworn statement of fact given under oath. These usually have a legal effect. For example giving evidence at the police station you will sign an affidavit swearing your honestly and belief in the statement you have given. You should be careful not to mislead the court as this is punishable by imprisonment. (Contempt of court). Read More
The US Supreme Court is the only court specifically mentioned in the Constitution; none of the other federal courts, past, present or future, was mentioned. Read More
Can a statement in the US supreme court can it not be shown in the court or does it have to be shown?
A statement in the US Supreme Court has to be shown in the court. It is told by the law. Read More
Everything you tesitify to in court is a sworn ORAL statement. Read More
The rule that the prosecution may use improperly obtained evidence if such evidence would have been inevitably discovered by police later through a legal search was established by the Supreme Court?
Yes, the question itself is actually a true statement. What is the question? Read More
Rules of evidence are a set of rules that determine what can and cannot be admitted in Court. Evidence is how you prove something in court. Read More
1. Law . the statement or declaration of a witness under oath or affirmation, usually in court. 2. evidence in support of a fact or statement; proof. 3. open declaration or profession, as of faith. Read More
A GAL is an attorney appointed by the court to represent a minor or an adult who has been declared legally incompetent during the course of legal proceedings. The GAL's main responsibility is to represent the client's best interest before the court in accordance with The Rules of Professional Conduct as prescribed by the state bar association and the ABA. A GAL does not testify nor serve as a witness; but confines the presentation to… Read More
You can give statement in court. My statement did not matter. Read More
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can voicemail message to you, be used as evidence in court in california Read More
Can hearsay of a habitual violator of a crime say a man with no record of such crime is the guilty party when all evidence is found on violator's property?
No, since the question presumes the evidence is hearsay; therefore it is inadmissible even if the witness had the highest degree of credibility. There are many exceptions to the hearsay rule and many instances where an out of court statement seems to be inadmissible hearsay but is not (i.e. non hearsay hearsay), that it serves no purpose to provide facts that would allow the statement to be used at trial. If the question posed more… Read More
If a contract is part of a disagreement and person A has proof that contract is void is A legally obligated to send notice to the other signers or can A pretend this contract is non existent?
You haven't mentioned whether this relates to a court case. A has a legal and moral obligation to preserve that evidence and share it with the other parties to the contract. If the matter is brought to court A may face penalties if his withholding of that evidence is somehow revealed. Generally, courts consider destruction or withholding of evidence as a very serious matter. The court can impose punitive sanctions against the offending party . Read More
No, an appellate court may not hear new evidence. The power of the appellate court is strictly to review the record of the trial court to determine whether any errors that would affect the outcome of the case were committed. If the appellate court felt that there was insufficient evidence to support the trial court judgement, it will reverse the judgment rather than call for new evidence. If the appellate court feels that evidence was… Read More
It depends on the content of the letter, the judge, the OTHER attorney and how fortunate you are on that particular day. Many times the judge wants to give the attorneys to "discover" anything that might have been accidentally left out of the letter. If by "stand up in court" you mean can it be used as evidence to prove the truth of what the letter says, then No. A written statement, even if made… Read More
You don't 'submit evidence' to the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court only rules on cases which have already been litigated, and does not hear witnesses or view evidence. Read More
Contempt of Court is issued when a person has been hiding evidence from the court that could have helped them to solve the crime or civil case. Their only issued if the person has been asked by the court if they have any evidence for them if the person who has been asked replies no but knows that he has evidence he will be issued a Contempt of Court. Read More
Yes, the Supreme Court is the only court specifically mentioned in the Constitution because it was required to head the Judicial Branch. Other (inferior) courts are implied, but not explicitly required. Read More
ABSOLUTELY!! Just make sure you have multiple copies and have the bank teller sign off on the sheet. Read More
Will your boyfriend go to jail if he our has been charged for common assault by his ex girlfriend and one of the dates mentioned he was with you and so could not have done it?
In court proceedings, they will look at all factors. The only way he will not go to jail is if they can disprove the ex-girlfriend's statement. This could be done by GPS (Showing where his phone was at the time), CCTV (images/video of him being at a location which isn't at the accused time and place) If you have hard evidence to prove that he wasn't there, they he should be in the clear. It's… Read More
What custody rights can you get for caring for your nephew for five years while his mother cares for him on weekends only?
It depends on many factors that you haven't mentioned. Primarily, you haven't mentioned why you care for him five days a week. If the mother is unfit and you can provide evidence to that effect to the court, it may consider you for a legal guardian. If you are providing day care while the mother works, not so likely. If the parents both consent you can petition and be appointed the child's legal guardian. You… Read More
The president appoints them when there is a opening. Read More
Yes but you need to provide compelling evidence to the court. The judge will review the evidence and issue a ruling. Read More
An appeals court will never review new evidence in it's cases Read More
A judge has final say on what is or is not admissable in their court. The only recourse if the evidence was refused is to file for an appeal and have the appeals court see if his/her refusal of the evidence was justified. If they find in favor of the judge, you're out of luck. If on the other hand the appeals court decides the evidence should be admissable, the case will most likely be… Read More
In court the question would be a true statement. Pre-trial however, the first step would be to review law enforcement's evidence against the defendant to determine if they (the prosecutor) can present a prosecutable case to court. Read More
What type of evidence is brought into court and seen by the jury as opposed to evidence that is described for the jury?
Direct Evidence Read More
The COURT doesn't decide to hear a case based on evidence, the evidence only needs to convince the Prosecutor that a crime occurred, then HE brings the case to court for prosecution. Read More
Tempering is messing with something that will be used in a court case. The term usually used is tampering with evidence which can make the evidence get tossed out of court. Read More
Refers to all evidence not legally prohibitted from being introduced in court or being used at trial. Read More
Hearsay is information gathered by one person from another concerning some event, condition, or thing of which the first person had no direct experience. When submitted as evidence, such statements are called hearsay evidence. As a legal term, "hearsay" can also have the narrower meaning of the use of such information as evidence to prove the truth of what is asserted. Such use of "hearsay evidence" in court is generally not allowed. This prohibition is… Read More
What if? You should have reported the situation to the court that made the appointment immediately and provided the court with evidence to back up your claim. What if? You should have reported the situation to the court that made the appointment immediately and provided the court with evidence to back up your claim. What if? You should have reported the situation to the court that made the appointment immediately and provided the court with… Read More
What should you do if you think an older person has been persuaded to write a Will to a fraudulent person?
Appear at the court when the Will is filed for probate and make an objection. Be prepared to provide the court with evidence that there was fraud. Appear at the court when the Will is filed for probate and make an objection. Be prepared to provide the court with evidence that there was fraud. Appear at the court when the Will is filed for probate and make an objection. Be prepared to provide the court… Read More
The Court does not charge you. The prosecuting attorney does. In order to indict, there must be enough evidence to show "probable cause." Essentially, the grand jury or court (as the case may be) must believe that there is enough evidence to put the defendant on trial. What this evidence is will depend on the crime and the circumstances. Read More
Would evidence that a defendant signed a contract when similar evidence has already been shown to the jury be admissible in court?
Yes, if the evidence has already been ruled admissable in court, it can be used again. The more evidence that proves the point, the better. Read More